marcexec wrote:That can be done "intelligently", but would make the table effectively uneditable.
Thanks so much for the reply and sharing. Super awesome to see kW/kg.
Are you saying that adding a column for continuous power/$ would make the table uneditable? If so, why?
Sorry, what I meant was the dynamic calculation, basically creating a spreadsheet-like experience would make the table uneditable.
Adding something like $/kW cont. would be easy enough, but getting the data for the price might turn out to be difficult and potentially contentious. List price? US$ or CAD/AUS/HK$, GBP, EUR, SFR, maybe even ¥ as most motors are produced there? With or without shipping? Cheapest or average vendor? Keeping it up to date and relevant won't be easy. Also opens up the page for abuse/spam.
I'm happy to add it, but maybe an alternative is preferable: let's just collect links to the shops on the specsheet (e.g. "Sources"), so people can check for themselves and see what actual price they'd pay.
A case could be made for single-source motors (like currently Alien, Re-Volt) as there is only one price. I'd like to hear opinions.
So the syntax I am working with is:
| Manufacturer || [[Model]] || [[wiki link]] (technology) || [[Outrunner/inrunner/hub]] || L¹[mm] || W / ⌀² [mm] || H [mm] || Weight [kg] || RWinding [mΩ] || Kv || Cont. Power³ [kW] || Peak Power [kW] || Power/Weight* [kW/kg] || US$/kW cont.
The idea is to copy this into something of a word document, edit the columns accordingly and then edit the wiki by copying and pasting the edited wiki line into the wiki. This is probably really silly to spell out and make it so simple as you seem to have a firm grasp on this, but I am lagging behind and suspect that most wouldn't or couldn't edit the wiki and add a column like you have without there being a clear and concise explanation on what to edit and where to place it and so on.
fixed and extended the template for additional lines
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